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Supreme Court Clinic

Founded in 2009, the Supreme Court Clinic allows top Ivy League students to assist on real Supreme Court cases, including recruiting, strategizing, researching, writing briefs, participating in moot court rehearsals, and attending oral arguments at the Court itself.

Clinic students assist on real Supreme Court cases, including recruiting, strategizing, researching, writing briefs, and participating in moot court rehearsals that are held before oral arguments at One First Street. 

Clinic Faculty

Clinic Reviews & Praise

Students in the SCOTUS Clinic helped brief Tapia v. United States as amicus curiae and praised the Clinic for doing “an exceptionally good job”.

“[The SCOTUS Clinic] team exceeded every expectation that we could have ever hoped for. Every brief that was presented to the court was meticulously researched. Every argument thoughtfully reasoned and very effectively delivered.

“[The SCOTUS Clinic} team were responsive, kept me informed and were certainly fighting for me. They got me a favorable outcome and this ordeal is finally over.”

“Without the talents of [the SCOTUS Clinic] and their students, it is very possible that the Court would not have understood the true merits of our case.”

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